Is it bad for modern medicine to promote breastfeeding as the optimal way for a mother to feed her baby? According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), a known pharmaceutical front group, the answer is yes.
In a recent announcement, the AAP criticized the leading medical and public health organizations for recommending that mothers exclusively breastfeed their babies for at least six months, this based on profuse evidence of breastmilk being the healthiest food for babies to grow and develop.
According to the AAP, a "spate of recent work challenges the extent of these benefits," the suggestion being that there are other, perhaps better, ways to feed a baby without breastmilk.
The AAP insists that promoting breastfeeding is "stigmatizing," its members claiming that they are "concerned about breastfeeding promotion that praises breastfeeding as the 'natural' way to feed infants."
"This messaging plays into a powerful perspective that 'natural' approaches to health are better, a view examined in a recent report by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics," the AAP says.
"Promoting breastfeeding as 'natural' may be ethically problematic, and, even more troublingly, it may bolster this belief that 'natural' approaches are presumptively healthier. This may ultimately challenge public health's aims in other contexts, particularly childhood vaccination."
(Related: Women who are "fully vaccinated" for the Wuhan coronavirus [COVID-19] might want to avoid breastfeeding because mRNA toxins transfer to their breastmilk, research shows.)
Breastfeeding provides natural immunization for babies – no vaccines necessary
It is that last little bit about "childhood vaccination" that cuts to the heart of what the AAP is really concerned about underneath all that feigned moral outrage: mothers not getting their children vaccinated because the breastmilk is doing all the vaccinating naturally.
You see, once a critical mass of the population figures out that breastmilk and other living foods are the real preventions and cures for life's ailments, Big Pharma will lose its cash cow – and we can't have that if Wall Street expects to keep reaching all-time highs.
When a mother breastfeeds her child, she passes on her adaptive immune system to her babies. This is what you might call "nature's pharmacy," and for all intents and purposes it is free as opposed to the "medicine" dispensed by the pharmaceutical and vaccine industries, with the blessing of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
"All of the antibodies that the mother has accumulated through her life on Earth are gifted to her baby, to the obvious benefit of the child's needy and developing immune system," writes Ben Bartee for Armageddon Prose.
"Breastfeeding enhances the mother-child bond, the first and arguably most important social bond serves as the foundation for all others ... Each of these effects of breastfeeding enhances the baby's physical and psychological health and fosters a functional society. Conversely, neither enhances pharmaceutical profits or the social control of the state."
Keep in mind that this is the same AAP that is pushing transgenderism on today's youth with reckless abandon.
"Transhumanist ideology is hellbent on severing every physical and emotional tie that binds people – actual, biological, honest-to-God people – together and weaponizing human physiology for profit and social control," Bartee further writes.
"The social engineers want us isolated, atomized, afraid, sick and sad. Ultimately, they want us dead. Anti-humanism is at the heart of their ethics."
Commenters on Bartee's story about the AAP's insanity largely agree that "if ever there was proof of the anti-human agenda, this is it," to quote one of them.
"The AAP doesn't even bother to hide its goal, but segues straight to vaccine uptake and the promotion of all things technological and artificial. How anyone can read this and not have their eyes opened immediately is beyond me."
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